It’s time for another traktip!
The 2018 Issuetrak User Conference is almost upon us! We can’t wait to see you!
Next week, Issuetrak will be hosting the 2018 User Conference. One of the features we’re most excited about is the inclusion of a customer panel discussion. The conference is for our customers, so what better way to have a pulse on what works and what doesn’t? You’ll be hearing directly from customers themselves!
In case you haven’t heard, we’ve rescheduled the Issuetrak User Conference for October 10th and 11th. The good news for you is that we’ve also extended registration!
As many of you know, Hurricane Florence is sitting off of our coastline with a lot of unknowns about final landfall and the impact to the Hampton Roads area. The Governor of Virginia has declared a state of emergency with a mandatory evacuation for Zone A residents in Norfolk and Virginia Beach that went into effect at 8 a.m. yesterday, September 11th.
Ask any software developer or quality assurance specialist and they'll confirm: Bugs can cost businesses big money. According to Tricentis, companies across the world lost $1.1 trillion in 2016 due to software failures. That may sound like an exaggeration, but think about how many critical processes rely on software and how everyday business operations might be impacted if a disruptive bug reared its head.
Manufacturers rely on a number of different platforms, systems and software applications to ensure they run smoothly - too many, in fact. After all, the more disparate platforms companies have to wrestle with, the more headaches they'll experience. A 2017 PricewaterhouseCoopers report recommended that manufacturing companies should develop more integrated technology solutions to avoid running into sticky situations.